Alkaline phosphatase activity was found in the mucocutaneous sensory end-organs of the human clitoris and appears to be restricted to the non-neural substance surrounding the coiled nerve filaments. The distribution of the alkaline phosphatase in the sensory end-organs corresponds with that of the nonspecific cholinesterase.
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